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LOSS OP THE BRITISH BARQUE COYA, BOUND FROM SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, TO SAN FRANOISCO; TWENTY-SIX LIVES LOST. WRITTEN NARRATIVE OF GEORGE BYRNES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

LOSS OP THB BRITISH BASQUE COYA, BOUND FROM SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, TO SAN ! FRANOISCJO j T WENTY-8IX LIVES i LOST. I WBITTEN NA.HBA.TIVE OF GEOBQE BYENEB. I The iron barque Coys, of Liverpool, 513 tons register, laden with coal, sailed from Sydney for San Francisco on the 22nd day of September, 1866, with twenty-nine i persons on board, iuclnding crew and pas sengers. When we were out about twelve days we lost a seaman, named Peter Johnson, off the jibboom, aud used all endeavours, but could not pick him up. Called at Pitcsirn Island, October IStb, and left same day and proceeded on our toyage. All went well until November 21th, all of which day and day previous we bad very thick and squally weather, and no sights. On this evening, accord ing to dead reckoning, we supposed we were near the Forralone light, and, stand ing in under easy sail, close reefed fore and main topsail, and fore top stay sail; about half-put 7 o'clock p.m. we were all down at tea, when the second mate report...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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GREAT OCEAN YACHT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

GHEAT OCEAN YACHT KACE. j OB tho 11th of Deoomber the three yachts, V^sta, Benrietta, and Fleet vring, oo umenced their proposed raoe across the Atlantic. The vessels have been com pletely overhauled and fitted up fur the contest. The maleh is looked upon with great interest by yachting men, and from tho reputation of the vessels engaged in the contest, and the prize staked upon it, it is calculated to arrest the attention of others besidos. The course is from New York to Oowes. Three owners of yachts-Mr. J. Bennett, junior, of the Henrietta; Nr. OgsgooJ, of the Flcetwing; an J Mr. Lor .rillard, of the Vesta-have agreed to stake eaoh 30.000 dollars, making up a purs? of 90,000 dollars (or sty £18,000}; the Grit vessel in to take the |ioul. The eiakes are deposited in the hands of a well-known leader of the sporting world, Mr Ii. \V. Jerome.. The tonnage of the three yachts ? is nearly alike, the lneetning being of t!04 tons; the Henrietta, 203; and the Vetta, 201. These yachts arc t...

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THE LONDON PRESS ON FUNIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

THE LONDON PRESS ON FUNIA.NISM. Tlic Timet aays that any attempt at re bellion in Ireland murt be " stamped oat," as we " etamped out" the cattle plague " tliat is by ulaughtering tlie diseased cattle." The Daily JITew« aaya that England must pat dnwa with a tftratless hand any and every eeditioas movement, even if stirred up by her own misrule. The Daily Telegraph says measures most be taken to render it certain that iho very first symptoms of a revolt in Ireland shall bs " stamped oat" with an iron heel. The &ar*sayi that the Bnglish people dread to be placed under the odious neces sity of crushing oat any tebel movement in Ireland. The Standard aays that the captured robber Fenians should certainly be left to the extreme rigour of the law, and that there is no hope for them ia Ireland from the Uoilod grates. The Herald-Earl Derby's organ-re ferring to the oondemned Fenians io Oanada, aays that there is no loophole to be left for the future offender* of that class. The Glo...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Brisbane Daily papers.) GAYNDAH. February 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

TKLEGLiAPHIC NEWS. (Abridged from the Rritbatte Daily papers.) GAYNDAH. February 11. Th'e German bushranger was apprelien- | dad on Saturday, near Coonnmbula, by two constables and a btack boy. Iio was on foot, and was tra<SS#l down by tbo black- J fellow. I Tuesday 2.10 p.m. The German bushranger escaped yes terday from the custody of Sergeant M'Carthy and another constable, by ruu uing into a scrub. Ho has not yet been rcaptured. 5 p.m. Tbo German bushranger was re-cap tured this morning at Dalgangal by Mr. Major.

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FENIANISM IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

FENIANISM IN IRELAND. Feaianism, which waa supposed was to ban been extinguished in Ireland, has Utterly shown signs of revive', which hare given rise to came alarm and apprehension, especially in the more soatb.wt'stern districts of the oountry. It would appoar that many of the Fenian prisoners who obtained their (.lease on condition of their returning to America, and who had actually embatked for (hat pnrposo, have managed to return i to Ireland, baffling the vigilance of tlie j police, under various disguises. A Cork j correspondent, writing to Saunden' Newt- j letter, states that daring the present year the Fenians have re-appeared in the south, attending funerals, and marching in mea sured paoe after the hearses. Latterly they fttae beoome mure emboldened, and now, ffformorly, they tarn ont at night, moving ' in large bodies three or four deep to the music of an aocordion, or the singing of j some popular air, not, however, as of old, "the green abovethered." They seem to have ...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus And Tenterfield Chronicle
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ROCKHAMPTON. Febraury 11 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

HOCK HAMPTON. Fehrnnrr 11. Gold mining ftt Morinisb is progressing I satisfactorily. The population on tha diggings is estimated u5 six hundred. Many of the loeu have left Oroc/idile Creole ! for Mori 11 iah. - From Clermont the latent news is more oncournging. Business is reported brisk, and the diggars are on the increase.

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REFORM BANQUET AT MANCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

REFORM BANQUET AT MANCHES TER. The Manchester Beform banquet came off on tbe qigbi of November 20, in the IVee Trade Ball, where covers were laid . for 900 gaests. Two peer*. Lord Houghton end Lord Teynbem, were present, and 26 tnembera of the House of Commons. Mr. George Wilton, the chairman of the Aoti - Corn-Law League,presided and theapeakers were Lord Houghton, Mr. Hugh Matoa, Mr. W. B. Fovter, Mr. Bright, Sir John Grey, Mr. Balnes, Mr. M'Laren, Mr. Ayr ton, and Sir F. Crowley. Lord Houghton told tbe meeting that tbe object was not thia or that measure of Beform, bnt to aeeure their fair righta to tbe people. . When that was eeosred, all tbe reat that was essential would follow; and, in ao far j ai they bad abandoned thia principle, the late Government had departed from asoand : and statesmanlike policy. Mr. Forster said, though be might regret the fate of the late bill ai a member of the Govern went, be could not do so at a Reformer, j He thought the prospects of Beform had ; ...

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WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 13. (Before W. Thompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

WEnKI-.EDiV. PunniTARY 13. (Before W. Thompson, Ksq., J.P.) CharleR Anderson was clwRfd with I being drunl-r, and was fine J oe. or I! 1 hours in the lockup. . | The Hon. A. Macalister, wbo had been | j on ft visit to the Southern colonies arrived in Brisbane on Monday morning, by the i I Florence Irving, from Sydney.-Guardian, j I A collision occurred, on Sunday nfU-r- j noon, in t ho south passage, between the J Lady Young and Florence Irving, by | which the falter sustained considerable damage, her starboard pnddle box being stove in and the quarter boat smashed to I' pieces. In consequence of the lata hour at which the steamers nrriwt*., we have been unable to obtain the whole of the details connected with the accidcnt. I Guardian. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

fpmitstwntei PwmUA, * jnT * Single ihn. BOARD and JaODQlNG T» in a private family. H^rtionlars, Ac., can Se oWaJnefltyadareiiirig at iinder, R. A. I., » CwtioCu. . Warwick, February!*. IBS7. 82 ? ? -v- s ? Wanted, ? ? BT . Married Han, wtthontencnmbranca, o fitaatjon at £LA0K9KI7fl on a Station. Apply.to . -?! ? WILLIAM SKILBEOK. 9# Fiwroy-atreet. "Warwick. granted. A CHKliSEAIAKKR, either Man or Woman, J\ who uudcMtonili the procens thoroughly. Apply to * 'JOHN WILSON. 4i . Valval Boy. NOTICE- . HAVING Purchased from Mr. P. FLEMING H>e BIGHT oibbands »t m HORSES . tfesoilbed In a lilt got from fcoott and Brabner, niiy person found tiklntf, taking away, or Belling *ny ofthetame Willietoroseeuted as the law directs, without renpeot to persons. The n*>oVe «ra my property, so .other pe.aon having any /claim on then. V. MOHGAN. .JOB., Butcher, Warwick. Warwick, 241b February, 1S67. -01 i NOTICE MB. H. O. QANSOME i« BUtbbrisrd to UROEIVK MONEYS «n our «c count <I»rIng th...

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ELECTION OF ALDEEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

L ELECTION OF ALDEEMKN". The election of three aldermen to servo In the municipality, in the room of those who retired, and also one in room of Mr. Mayer,"?rho resignoJ, took place at the Town Hall on Tuesday last. DECLiUiTION OF THE* POM,. The ballot-bos was opened on the fol lowing morning nt ten o'clock, when the following were the numbers polled for eacb candidate James Morgan SO David Crombie 5G Samuel Evenden 61 Fred. Morgan 41 John Winstone 24 James Lethbridgo 13 There were three informal ballot papers, and the number who voted was only half of those who were entitled to do so. The Uaturoiug-offieec declared the first four gentlemen on the Bbove list to be duly elected to serve as aldermen in the Warwick Municipal Council, Mr. P. Mor gan to take the place of Mr. Mayer, re signed. Immediately after the declaration of the poll, and upon the newly-elected atdermeu making tueir declaration of office, a meeting was held fot the ELECTION OF UAYOR. Alderman Boss moved, and Alderman ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

VEKKLY CALENDAR. Feb. I t n u IS Jfi 17 18 Tu«. Wsd. Thnm. FrlfltV Pat.. | BOM. Mon. ] Sun net*. H. m. | 6 . 42 6 . 41 6 . 41 6 . 40 | 6 . 89 fl i 89 I e . 881 Moon's Age'

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A general meeting of the above body was held in the Council Chambers yester - day afternoon, when there were present his Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Rosa, Bugden, Affleck, und Crombie. The njioutes of the former meetings : were read and con6rmed. J CORRESPONDENCE. A letter from the Treasury, enclosing £182 10s. 6d.t as the Government endow ment on the rates collected for 1860. Also from Ann liradburn, complaining ot the state of Dragon-street during the late rains, her dwelling-house having been flooded. On the motion -of Alderman Iloss, seconded by bis Worship the MAYOR, this matter was referred to the Improvement Committee. Also from C. and O. ttoggenkamp re specting tbe notice boards erected on the Square. They naked for the payment' of 3s. extra for each board, on account of the necessity there was for making them larger than was stipulated in the contract. A rather lengthy dispute arose respect ing this business, two members of the. Im provement Commi...

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40 SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

&0 SUSSCRTJIKES AND ADVER TISERS. Wit beg to state that our Atcount* fir the quarter ending 3let J)ecemhtrlatt are note in ceurte of delivery, and toe hope they toill. he settled teUkout the leatt delay Thote in arrears trill kindly oblige vt by a prompt settlement, at ear requirement* mitt he eiiviotut to {hem. £3" being the proper time for payment ef subscriptions in advance, we irutt our Jrienis teill achtowledge He fact by tend- 1 imq remiftancei. ' _

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

AIMNVJ, .W; ? UKPAIVTURE OK TUji MAlfcS. AURTVALSi ftmiH Maryland* fvrm at 1 p.m., and every 8*iturd«y at p.m. *, Brithan* mitt Ipnufirh, via Drayton, by CMU ?<«t< h .*. every Tuesday, Thurt. day, antf Scturday, at 3 p.m. * Ley burn, f»V ''-Ut tf/'iffgip&e,every Wed* fieaday, oi noon, prr.tnriTRES. for Maryland. tvery Monday, at 8 «.m.» and every Thursday* at * p.m. * J}*i*bane and Jpnwieh, via Drayton, entry Monday, Wedntiday, and Friday, by CobbV roachea, at 9 a.m. * Wartcirk to Lryburn, every Thursday, at 4 a.m. JV.ff,.- betters tnutt be f ottea at the Country Office* hat/ «n Aof/r previous to the time fixed (or thf dmpafth of mailt, but laU tetter« toill be received to within a quarter of an hour, upon a fee of a sixpenny etamp being affixed to each letter, Netctpapere arc required to be potted one hour ' before the time appointed for clotinff the mail** The Rnpliah mail clo$$t on or about the 17th ,9f every month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

WARWICK ARGUS ABO TENTERIiTELD CHBONICLB 18 tmMUhed ««T Tuesday .I'J^L.^r'the niornirge. and forwarded **> all P*** of AoitrilUn coloulee. ?mum OF SUBSCRIPTION. <jq»rt»riy{»o adranoe) ,5J; M'oa*n^t«man*U 8t»t M«reb, SOtU Jane, ?rJk k|nMAir.iUl MM December. ftiMm wUhlng to witbdrawthelr namei fnmXjCTwill be reaulrod to fo>*wdt^ ITS^Sob rttwaUter mm «li amen) direct to aUeaat fcorteeu clew deyt before tin ? aiplraliou of «*«h quarter TEltMS FOB ADVBB'llBING. Two line* 1 * Vwriixi . | $ «*!!«?» f S - "Unee. * ° additional In Mnee, or Bvuj * | q LaigcTai>d kujiijti iiTWttiementi « pw ".JtS^dfroount allowed an *«Twtl«mMiU loofethitt clxoonMoatin Ifljertiouii . BMw, awihlH. or deatlu, each ineei* *'In tilt ftbMDO* of written ImtonoHoM to tin will be Inlorted «ntll 4SES«SS alteration af aiverttowoenj*. J00*} beaent in bf neonenBatnrdeyaanj ^ednwl«^«. Proprietor. JOB PRINTING. lie to prepared to execute **aqr dewrlptlon of ffota xwi PRINTING With «Mb»U and ^e»j>atch, ...

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LATEST [?] [PER ANGLO-INDIAN TELEGRAPH.] January 6 [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

T.iTPAT niTro [FEB AKGLO-IKDIiK TEtEOEAPH.] Jannaiv 6 The Agra Bank recommenced business I on the 1st of January. j The tropical department of the Ci yetal Palace, and four other court*, liare been 1 destroyed by fire. The Iobb it wtimated | at one hundred and filly thousand pounds. I A great Beform demonstration haa been j organised for tbe 11th of February, to present petitions at tbe doors of tbe House of Cotnpion*. The speech of the Emperor Napoleon, delivered on Jan. 1, anticipates the open ing of a new era of peace and reconcilia tion for the nations. Victor Emmanuel, in liis ppeocU at tb e opening of the Chambers, rrngrntulatea the countiy on the accomplishment of Italian independence, and tbe improved administration of public afikirs. Ho de dares that Italy will maintain her military power, and that desirable arrangement* trill be concluded between tbe Pope find the Italian Government. Tbe plan proposed for t o lo-organiea tion of tlie trench A>my has teen a good deal mod...

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THE WARWICK ARGUS, AND TENTERFIELD CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

THE IdtttHcft TEN'TBEFIELD CHHONICLE. FRIDAY. FEBBCABY IS. 1867. A Tfflr great furore Lbs lately arisen j with respect to tbe stated intention of tbe ; Gorenimerit not to nafce Toowoomba a $int-clan at*!ion and dep6t. It would pppearthat it was the original idea of the {xoreroment to erect extensive workshops and other necessary buildings for the , repair of the whole rolling stock employed 1 on the Southern and Western Bail way, j and the people of Toowoomba were natu rally pleased (bat such Wag to be, tbe case, j on account of the additional impetus it would give to the trade of tbe town. The Brisbane papers, and our Toowoomba contemporary, have for tbe past week bad their column* inundated with all aorta of statements regarding tbe alleged action of the Governpnent. There teems to be very little common sympathy on any subject between tbe jciliaens .of tbe metropolis and the people *>f Toowoomba; and respecting the railway question in particular they are at complete variance. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

ifc&L'PY LADIES.-it what IJE are Utliea must iiapjiv 7 Marri-aye.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

jowl Thu outgoIng'Edgllsb mall iBkirei liere this morning ut balfpsst eight o'clock, Tbit is several dsys earlier thsoosual, ui ft tbink, as we haVs before expressed, that W|k#.n snrb alterations era made, doe pnbllo noliMonght to be glfon Pf ibis. ptot olQoe ^t^oHtias la Srllbut. Serious liKMfnitMt, U « ore .ware, feu arlwnto many, through the abort notice wliloh has been ifbiittd to the pouple of Warwick. . 1 . ' The drawing in aid ot the Olmrch of tha Atmnpttou, Winriok tut fltwat owt m Wednesday. The attendance wai consider able. No. 1056, pn robs* ed by Mr. John Carroll, woo tha wato'd. Ho. 1022, ptumhaoad 4>y Mr. John Affleoh_of tbe Reserve, won the tbirty hour American olook. . Ht, 884, jinrnliased by Mr. Maurloe Fltsserald, Waririuk, *90 the gold breastpin. Several emails r prfsss added on tbe morning of this drawing wergwon by" different parties The proceeds amounted to £105, and the tiipeniBi(tpclndrtig prires.prln t ing tfo.,) amounted to *2P. leaving the uelpn eaads £...

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SYDNEY. February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus and Tenterfield Chronicle — 15 February 1867

SYDNEY. February 0. Mr. Johnson, tbe principal teller "at tbe Commercial Bauk, has been arrested for embezzlement. The assizes commence on Monday next. There are twenty-seven cases for trial. Another human leg has been found in the harbour. Medical investigations favor the suspicion of foul play entertained by the police. Sparruwbawk bas won tlio GrippB Land Cup. February 11. Johnson, the teller of the Commercial Bank, was brought up to-day for examina tion, and remanded .for a week. The Customs revenue for last mouth amounts to £2500 morerfdian that of any prenbus month for the last twelve. The month's yield of gold shows a marked decrease. February 12. The police arrested twenty-four China wen in a gambling house lost night. Four young men, the eons of settlers in the Bathurst district, have been nrrested for bueli ranging. The trial of Scott, for the murder of hi* wife, commences to-morrow. The Catholic chaplaiu of the penal de partmsnt iiau been suspended for giving utterance to...

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